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RFIB names Elizabeth Jenkin as Managing Director of Client Solutions

9th October 2018 - Author: Matt Sheehan

Global Lloyd’s insurance and reinsurance broker RFIB Group Limited has announced the appointment of Elizabeth Jenkin as Managing Director of Client Solutions.

Elizabeth JenkinJenkin joins RFIB from Aon where she has worked for the previous 18 years, most recently serving as Chief Broking Officer for EMEA.

She has a total of 24 years’ experience in re/insurance and began her career at Euler Hermes, before holding a series of broking positions during her tenure at Aon, including as Head of International Business and Chief Commercial Officer.

“I am very pleased to welcome Elizabeth to RFIB,” said Steven Beard, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of RFIB.

“Elizabeth joins us at an exciting time as we look to double the revenues across the Group,” Beard added. “Appointing someone of Elizabeth’s calibre enhances our ongoing commitment to broaden our capabilities and the services we provide to clients.”

Jenkin also commented: “Strong, independent, innovative brokers are a vital part of the insurance community and I am looking forward to working with the team to build and grow on their excellent reputation.

“How can we do this? By continually asking ourselves ‘is there a better way to get the best outcome for our clients?’ By asking this simple question across all facets of the business we can pursue RFIB’s goals of being a thriving, successful, entrepreneurial company that makes a difference for its customers and employees globally.”

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